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considerable

剑雅词频:16次
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[kənˈsɪdərəbəl]


【释义】

基本释义 adj. 值得考虑的

常考释义 adj.相当大的;很多的

adj. 相当大的;很多的

【语块】

considerable quantity

【剑雅例句】

1. First, as he climbs up the hill, he describes the ever-present possibility of deadly snakes, ‘capable of making considerable springs when in pursuit of their prey’; not that he sees any.(剑雅12-TEST6)

起初,当他攀登到山顶的时候,他描绘了有可能经常存在的致命毒蛇,蛇在追逐猎物时能够如弹簧般弹出,他并没有看到这些毒蛇。

2. Although the language of ‘rights’sometimes leads to confusion, by the late 1970s it was recognized in most societies that people have a right to health-care (though there has been considerable resistance in the United States to the idea that there is a formal right to health-care).(剑雅4-TEST4)

尽管“人权”之类的说法有时会让人困惑,但是在 1970 年代晚期,大部分国家都已经意识到,人是有医疗权的(尽管在美国人,很多人都反对这样一种观点:人的医疗权是非常正式的)。

3. For instance, there are considerable archaeological difficulties about the theory that they came from England.(剑雅6-TEST3)

例如,他们从英国来的理论有相当大的考古学上的困难。

4.  Thenineteenth century saw considerable interest in the nature of genius, andproduced not a few studies of famous prodigies.(剑雅8-TEST3)

19 世纪以来,人们对探究天才的本质就表现出浓厚的兴趣,研究神童的案例也不胜枚举。

5. The seasonal impact of day length onphysiological responses is called photoperiodism, and the amount ofexperimental evidence for this phenomenon is considerable.(剑雅5-TEST4)

日照时间的季节性变化对于生理反应的影响被称为光周现象,有很多实验证据可以证明这一现象。

6. But these costs can be very considerable in both their economic and social aspects.(剑雅4-TEST2)

但这些成本在经济和社会方面都是非常可观的。

adj. 值得尊敬的